Webinar On Demand: Q4 U.S. Economic and Credit Trend Outlook

This quarterly webinar series is aimed at helping you make more informed decisions, with economic and consumer credit insights from across the U.S. Join Equifax as chief economist Amy Crews Cutts welcomes guest speaker Cristian deRitis, senior director at Moody’s Analytics. During this webinar, Amy and Cristian will present: • U.S. Macroeconomic Overview In this section, [Read More…]

Digital Transformation—Meet the Needs of Evolving Consumer Expectations

Digital devices have enabled consumers to do more on-the-go. And as communications and utility providers continue to transform their technology and offerings to accommodate this fast-paced, high-interaction reality, consumers expect more from each touchpoint. Consumers are driving the move to connected digital experiences that allow them to call the shots. Low friction, digital experiences mean [Read More…]

Higher Education: 3 Tips for Mastering Your Time at the SACSCOC Conference

Higher Education: 3 Tips for Mastering Your Time at the SACSCOC Conference Next month, thousands of higher education professionals will be heading to Dallas, TX for the widely-anticipated Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Conference and Educational Excellence Expo.  This must-attend event is a great place to learn about ideas and strategies [Read More…]

Communications and Utility Service Providers: Annual NCTUE Conference Attendees Explored Balancing Customer Expectations and Risk

The 2017 NCTUE® Annual Conference wrapped up on November 9th and a great time was had by all at this year’s event held in San Diego, CA. Founded in 1997, the NCTUE is a consortium of telecommunications, pay TV, home security and utility service providers that anonymously share consumer payment information to help its members [Read More…]

Higher Education Institutions Can Go “New School” with Grad Data

Go “New School” with Grad Data With the rapidly-rising costs of pursuing a degree or certificate program, higher education institutions are under considerable pressure to prove to stakeholders (students, parents, lawmakers, etc.) the value they deliver to students. Families, lawmakers, and educators are making tough decisions around higher education with very limited resources.  Ideally, their [Read More…]

Webinar: Burden of Proof – An Unemployment Mock Hearing

Our mock unemployment hearing webinar is back by popular demand. Join us on Wednesday, November 15 at 2:00 ET (1:00 CT, 12:00 MT, 11:00 PT). With unemployment hearings having serious consequences for employers, the heat is on when you receive notice of an unemployment hearing. Even the most seasoned HR pros can find unemployment law [Read More…]

Gauging U.S. Recession Risk: New White Paper Available from Equifax

A question frequently asked is when the U.S. might enter into a recession. To help separate fact from fiction, Amy Crews Cutts, senior vice president and chief economist at Equifax and Gunnar Blix, deputy chief economist, walk us through some of the concerns surrounding the timing of recessions in a new white paper. VIEW WHITE [Read More…]

Facial Matching Offers More Stepped-Up Identity Authentication

As fraudulent attempts increase during account openings and applicants grow less patient with invasive anti-fraud techniques, organizations must find a balance by using various combinations of tools based on the risk each scenario presents. Depending on results of early, frictionless assessments, an organization can use a risk-based platform to determine which additional fraud prevention technique [Read More…]

Delivering Insight through Innovation.

Equifax Recognized as a Leader in the Technology Space For the third year running, Equifax has been named one of The World’s Most Innovative Companies by Forbes magazine. At Equifax, innovation doesn’t happen by chance — it happens through intentional design. It is the result of persistent focus, unique strategies, clearly-defined processes, and a first-class [Read More…]

Military Lending Act – Credit Card Compliance

In 2006, Congress passed the Military Lending Act (MLA) to help protect active duty service members and their dependents from predatory lending. In 2015, the Department of Defense (DOD) issued a final rule amending the MLA to cover a wider range of credit products impacting traditional creditors like banks and credit unions. The DoD’s Final [Read More…]